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Hydraulic evaluation of longitudinal training dams. / van Linge, Bart; van Vuren, Saskia; Rongen, Guus; Mosselman, Erik; Uijttewaal, Wim.

2017. 215-215 Abstract from 10th Symposium on River coastal and estuarine morphodynamics, Trento - Padova, Italy.

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van Linge, B, van Vuren, S, Rongen, G, Mosselman, E & Uijttewaal, W 2017, 'Hydraulic evaluation of longitudinal training dams' 10th Symposium on River coastal and estuarine morphodynamics, Trento - Padova, Italy, 15/09/17 - 22/09/17, pp. 215-215.

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van Linge, B., van Vuren, S., Rongen, G., Mosselman, E., & Uijttewaal, W. (2017). Hydraulic evaluation of longitudinal training dams. 215-215. Abstract from 10th Symposium on River coastal and estuarine morphodynamics, Trento - Padova, Italy.

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van Linge B, van Vuren S, Rongen G, Mosselman E, Uijttewaal W. Hydraulic evaluation of longitudinal training dams. 2017. Abstract from 10th Symposium on River coastal and estuarine morphodynamics, Trento - Padova, Italy.

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van Linge, Bart ; van Vuren, Saskia ; Rongen, Guus ; Mosselman, Erik ; Uijttewaal, Wim. / Hydraulic evaluation of longitudinal training dams. Abstract from 10th Symposium on River coastal and estuarine morphodynamics, Trento - Padova, Italy.

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title = "Hydraulic evaluation of longitudinal training dams",
abstract = "The one-dimensional model provides useful insight inm impacts of regulatory design parameters of longitudinal training dams. Preliminary conclusions include: 1. Adjusting the inlet weir height could influence the discharge distribution towards the side channel between 1{\%} (fully closed but porous inlet) to 30{\%} (fully open and porous inlet). 2. Smaller side channel width (e.g. sedimentation of the side channel) will result in significant reduction of discharge distribution toward the side channel. 3. The porous discharge through the inlet and openings is negligible compared to the weir discharge.",
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N2 - The one-dimensional model provides useful insight inm impacts of regulatory design parameters of longitudinal training dams. Preliminary conclusions include: 1. Adjusting the inlet weir height could influence the discharge distribution towards the side channel between 1% (fully closed but porous inlet) to 30% (fully open and porous inlet). 2. Smaller side channel width (e.g. sedimentation of the side channel) will result in significant reduction of discharge distribution toward the side channel. 3. The porous discharge through the inlet and openings is negligible compared to the weir discharge.

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